Many elite athletes and bodybuilders often turn to testosterone supplements in order to enhance their performance and muscle gains. As such, the supplement market is packed full of testosterone boosters such as Zeus.
Named after the Father of Greek Gods and made by Fusion Bodybuilding, Zeus obviously has the name to initially attract customers.
But does it pack enough of a punch to entice customers into giving it a try?
To begin, like many of its counterparts, the majority of Zeus’s blend contains herbal extracts that have been proven to boost testosterone levels. In fact, about half of this product’s blend is made up of the following ingredients:
Fenugreek extract – This plant extract which can be found in many different parts of the world contains aromatase-inhibiting properties. This allows it to block the enzyme, aromatase, from converting testosterone into estrogen.
Eurycoma Longfolia extract – Also referred to as Tongkat Ali, Eurycoma Longfolia is the main testosterone-boosting ingredient found in Zeus – and for good reason. Alongside tribulus terrestris, this herbal extract is considered one of the best natural testosterone boosters.
Rhodiola rosea extract – Although studies are somewhat inconclusive about the true capabilities of this ingredient, for the most part, its agreed upon that Rhodiola rosea can be used to treat depression, enhance mood and to combat fatigue. In addition, there have been known cases of Rhodiola rosea enhancing Nitric Oxide (NO) production.
BioPerine – This ingredient is extracted from a fruit called Piper Nigrum, or black pepper. It its considered an absorption and uptake enhancer because of its ability to make other substances it comes in contact with more bio-available.
As for its other half, Zeus contains a proprietary complex named Test Booster Complex which contains a dosage amount of 830 mg per serving.
Now then, as you can tell, there are several capable and proven ingredients found in this testosterone booster. Along those lines, Zeus, indeed, contains a pretty comprehensive and well-rounded blend.
Not only does Zeus boast of a testosterone booster, but its also been equipped with an aromatase-inhibiting agent, an absorption and uptake agent and a mood enhancer by Fusion Bodybuilding.
On the other hand, we should note that the contents of the Test Booster Complex are not disclosed by Fusion Bodybuilding on Zeus’s ingredients label.
This is certainly a cause for concern that we’d like to emphasize. After all, the Test Booster Complex does make up about half of Zeus’s blend. Because we can’t pinpoint what this proprietary blend consists of, its impossible to determine what dangers may lay in store for customers who may be willing to give Zeus a try.
In other words, we can’t promise that Zeus is stimulant or synthetic free without knowing what this Test Booster Complex contains.
Also, a one-month’s supply (one bottle) of Zeus costs upwards of $67.99 and as much as $89.99 – which is its retail price. That said, we can imagine how some individuals may find it difficult to spend that much money on a testosterone supplement.
In summary, while Fusion Bodybuilding has done well with Zeus on some accounts, there is too much risk – both financially and from a safety standpoint – associated with this product for us to feel comfortable recommending its use.